It is impossible to pull if the local and the remote repositories contain different projects. The comparison is made by the project IDs.
If you want to retrieve a different project from Git, clone it instead.
If your test project was updated, you need to pull the change from the remote Git repository to your computer. To do this:
Click Git on the main toolbar.
In the Git panel, click Pull Changes.
Merge Conflicts dialogMerge Conflicts dialog
The Merge Conflicts dialog shows the parts in the project that have conflicts between your version and the remote branch. It consists of three parts:
Yours shows what the part looks like in your local branch.
Theirs shows what the part looks like in the remote repository.
Result shows what the part will look like after you are done resolving conflicts.
To solve a conflict:
Select the conflict in any of the columns.
Decide what changes you want to apply – yours or theirs. You can see the details of the selected property in the Property Details sections under the columns.
Click the button in the respective column.
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Click the respective Merge & Next button to merge the changes and proceed to the next conflict.
Tip: If you change your mind, you can return to the conflict and choose another option.
You can also select Merge All if you want to apply all the changes from yours or theirs. This will overwrite all the resolutions made previously.Keyboard shortcutsKeyboard shortcuts
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Navigate between conflicts.
Resolve the selected conflict using the selected version (yours or theirs) and proceed to the next conflict.
Left Shift + Enter
Resolve all the conflicts using yours.
Right Shift + Enter
Resolve all the conflicts using theirs.
When all the conflicts are resolved, click Confirm Changes.
If you click Cancel, conflict resolutions will not be saved. You will have to resolve the conflicts again when you try to pull later on.